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西洋音樂足跡─邁入古典音樂的殿堂 《巴洛克》
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西洋音樂足跡─邁入古典音樂的殿堂 《巴洛克》

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  • 西洋音樂足跡–邁入古典音樂的殿堂 《巴洛克》 DVD Tracks of Western Music - Entering the Palace of Classical Music "Baroque" 為引領大眾皆能輕鬆邁入古典音樂的殿堂,豐富全民人文教育藝術生活,國立臺灣交響樂團於2009年以「西洋音樂足跡」為主題,分三系列三場次-巴洛克、古典、浪漫時期,有系統的呈現各樂派時期音樂特色,讓大眾對古典音樂有完整的認識。導聆主講特別邀請國內古典音樂欣賞導聆專業權威學者劉岠渭教授,擔任導聆音樂會現場樂曲解說,與國立臺灣交響樂團共同演出,並製作成影音出版品,引領愛樂者進入古典音樂的樂園。 「巴洛克」 Disc 1 帕海貝爾:卡農與吉格舞曲 J. Pachelbel: Canon and Gigue 韋瓦第:《四季》小提琴協奏曲〈春〉,作品269,第一樂章 A. Vivaldi: Le quattro stagioni-La primavera, RV 269-Mov. I Disc 2 韓德爾:F大調第二號大協奏曲,作品6-2,第二樂章 G. F. Handel: Concerto grosso No. 2 in F major, Op. 6, No. 2-Mov. II 巴赫:f小調第五號鋼琴協奏曲,作品1055,第一樂章 J. S. Bach: Keyboard Concerto No. 5 in g minor, BWV 1056-Mov. I 導聆/劉岠渭 指揮/林天吉 小提琴/張睿洲 鋼琴/葉綠娜 演出/國立臺灣交響樂團 錄影時間:2009年3月27日 錄影地點:國立臺灣交響樂團演奏廳 製作單位/財團法人樂賞音樂教育基金會 DVD出版品購買網址: #link[https://www.ntso.gov.tw/News_Publish_Content.aspx?n=2360&s=99251],[https://www.ntso.gov.tw/News_Publish_Content.aspx?n=2360&s=99251]link#
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生命之樹國際工藝交流展 Tree of Life Exhibition in Taiwan
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生命之樹國際工藝交流展 Tree of Life Exhibition in Taiwan

  • 國立臺灣工藝研究發展中心影音平臺
  • 本片為「生命之樹國際工藝交流展」多語言展覽簡介,包括國語(Mandarin)、英語(English)、客語(Hakka)、越語(Tiếng việt)及手語(Sign Language)。 此展覽含括來自中亞、南亞、東亞及東南亞等18國藝術家運用纖維、漆、金屬、木、竹、陶等來自身處土地的自然材料,以樹為形或者以樹之意,回應有限者對於無限的恆長探問,在工藝靜謐的對話中,感知根植於人,跨越時空無須語言的永恆。 「生命之樹國際工藝交流展」是由WCC世界工藝理事會(World Craft Council)資深策展人Edric Ong先生與Manjari Nirula女士共同發起。歷經十五年時間,蒐尋亞洲地區數百件以「生命之樹」為創作主題的傑出傳統工藝作品並辦理展覽。 國際策展人:Edric Ong Liang Bin、Manjari Nirula 臺灣策展人:陳婉麗、江明親 展覽時間:2018年5月4日~8月19日(南投) 展覽地點:國立臺灣工藝研究發展中心 工藝設計館 【續展】 展覽時間:2018年8月30日~2019年1月27日(臺北) 展覽地點:國立臺灣工藝研究發展中心 臺北當代設計分館 1st Exhibition 2018.05.05 – 08.19 Craft Design Hall , NTCRI, Nantou 2nd Exhibition 2018.09.07 – 2019.01.27 NTCRI, Taipei Branch Even inhibited by endless earth-born constraints, human beings have always pined for immortality. The image of the Tree of Life connects souls across time and space. We see the Ṭūbā tree in the Quran. The Bodhi tree under which the Buddha attained enlightenment. The Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge in the Bible. Pantao of Wang Mu (sacred peach of the Queen Mother Goddess) in the Han Chinese belief. The Gunungan that opens an Indonesian Wayan kulit (shadow puppet). Numerous varieties of expressions of Tree of Life across South Asia. The Tree of Life of Malaysian Ibans that connects this world and the upper one. The Tree of Life condenses and symbolizes our celebration, prayer, submission and appreciation in the face of immortality. The specially curated, internationally touring Tree of Life Exhibition brings 67 pieces of traditional crafts and contemporary creation from 16 countries in Asia and beyond to showcase diversified beliefs and artistic representations of ‘Tree of Life’ across cultures, communities, histories, and geographies. The artists harvested materials, fiber, lacquer, metal, wood, bamboo and clay, from the lands they are rooted in. In the shape of trees or with metaphoric spinning, they try to respond to endless calls for immortality from mortal souls. Starting in Malaysia, visiting India, Hawaii and Canada in past three years, finally arriving Taiwan in 2018, the exhibition has inspired diversified interactions across the soils it set foot. Trees may not be the typical motif of Taiwanese crafts. Nevertheless the soil they are rooted in and the symbolic aspiration for the heaven they represent are common passion shared by all artists. In silent dialogues with artworks from South, Southeast, East and Central Asia, as well as other continents, Tree of Life Exhibition in Taiwan presents a space connecting human beings to immortality, beyond the limitation of time and locality. International Curators / Edric Ong Liang Bin、Manjari Nirula Taiwan Curators / Wanlee Chen, Min-Chin Chiang
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